Faculty of Arts

ANTHRO 727 A & B

Ethnographies of Music-Making


Advanced theories and methodologies for the ethnomusicological analysis of live musical performances and other behaviours across all genres and cultures. Primary attention is given to ethnography and participant-observation supported by analysis of industrial, cultural, musical and mediated phenomena. Students will be introduced to and familiarised with major literature on ethnographic research methods in ethnomusicology and anthropology.

Regular attendance in weekly postgraduate seminar class and meeting with an appointed supervisor is mandatory. It is students’ responsibility to set up a weekly meeting with the supervisor and discuss course reading, assignments and comprehension.

To complete this course students must enrol in ANTHRO 727 A and B

Availability 2021

Not taught in 2021




ANTHRO 727A: 15.0 points

ANTHRO 727B: 15.0 points

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